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White Sox Takeaways from Opening Week

(Photo: Jerry Lai, USA TODAY Sports) So, it’s been a week since Opening Day and I have a lot on my mind.. like how I want to try the new Comiskey waffle sandwich & bacon on a stick, or wondering when Ken Harrelson is going to throw someone out of the broadcast booth. But here are my main thoughts from the first week. Add your takeaways  in the comment section! -- I get this is a “rebuilding year”… but r ...

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White Sox dodge sweep when Tigers come to town

(Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast, AP--Miguel Cabrera) After losing the series to their division rivals the Chicago White Sox (40-59), the Detroit Tigers (56-45) came to U.S. Cellular with a must-win attitude. And unfortunately for the Sox, who had just come off a successful run against the leading Atlanta Braves, the Tigers succeeded in taking 3 out of 4 games in this week’s series. Monday, July 22—Tigers 7, Wh ...

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Preview: Detroit Tigers @ Chicago White Sox

(Image Via @WorldofIsaac, 2012) After taking two from Detroit in their last match up, the White Sox (39-56) and the Tigers (53-44) meet again at U.S. Cellular Field for a four-game run. All-Star pitchers Chris Sale (6-8, 2.85) and Max Scherzer (13-1, 3.19) will start things off on the mound this evening. Sale and Scherzer pitched back-to-back during the All-Star Game, but now look to face off on their respe ...

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White Sox bats prevail, Benches are cleared in trip to Detroit

  (Photo Credit: Associated Press) The Detroit Tigers (50-41) always bring the worst out in any Chicago fan--so it's no surprise that there was a bench-clearing incident in today’s White Sox (36-53) series finale in Detroit. But we’ll get to that. The series overall has been fun to watch—arguably the most fun a White Sox fan has had in a long time. With the last place Southsiders pulling a series win f ...

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Rough times for Sox, but positive strides in Phegley, Beckham

(Photo Credit: Associated Press) The White Sox (34-51) were swept for the seventh time this season. They lost for the ninth time in the past 11 games. They haven’t moved from the bottom of the AL Central since early June. Giving you the play by play from this weekend’s sweep isn’t going to make anyone feel better. With a make-up game against the Cubs tonight and a road trip to Detroit and Philadelphia, Sox ...

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White Sox: Six Things We’ve Learned So Far This Season

Photo: Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images Pushing through June, the White Sox find themselves last place in the AL Central. You don’t need to be an ESPN sports analyst to see that this is a struggling team who gives fans little reason to believe these days. This season’s been tough to watch for Sox fans, but the fight isn’t over yet. With Detroit a good step ahead of the league, the other four teams current ...

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Preview: White Sox @ Angels

Finally the White Sox walk away with a series win after defeating the Minnesota Twins in two of three games in Minnesota. However, Robin Ventura and the boys will look to keep things rolling as the Pale Hose head to Anaheim to take on the Angels for the second time in a week. The first series didn't go the way the Sox would have liked as it took a one-hit performance from Chris Sale to knot the Sox their on ...

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Sale the Bright Spot in Series Loss to Angels

In another series that the White Sox really needed to pick up, they fell short. The White Sox continue to sit in the cellar of the AL Central and don't look to be going anywhere fast. Game one which featured Barry Enright and Dylan Axelrod was a slugfest. The Sox started off the offense quickly, scoring five runs off Enright, causing Scoscia to lift him in only the fourth inning. Dylan Axelrod didn't do muc ...

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White Sox Slide Past Rays 5-2

Since I did not write a series preview for all of our avid readers, I will attempt to break down every game of this series instead. Coming off of a two game split with the Cleveland Indians, the perennial contenders in the AL East, the Tampa Bay Rays came to town for a three game set. The White Sox really need to get back on track and win some games to ensure they stay competitive this year and they had a g ...

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Series Preview: Kansas City Royals @ Chicago White Sox

April 1st is fast approaching everyone! The White Sox will open their season at beautiful US Cellular Field on what should be a chilly, but still sunny afternoon in the great city of Chicago. The Kansas City Royals are riding into town as the Spring Training champions, compiling an impressive 25-7 record in the Cactus League, which was also the best record among all teams in Spring Training. The Royals are ...

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